Hilltop Restaurant & Lounge

12336 National Pike
Grantsville, 21536
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Great food and staff. The Friday night fish and calms are superb. Always cooked to perfection. The salad bar is always fresh and stocked. Everything I have tried on the menu has been very good.
Good food, ambience. The salad was fresh.
We stopped at the Hilltop Inn tonight for dinner. My wife had the crab cake dinner with a baked potato and the salad bar and I had the spaghetti with meat sauce and the salad bar. Both of our meals were very good. My garlic bread was delicious. Service was very good.

(301) 895-5168

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Hey Pizza

158 Main St
Grantsville, 21536
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Talk about a diamond in the rough.... This is quite possibly the best pizza you will ever taste. Maybe it's the water used in the hand-tossed crust or the quality Italian ingredients the proprietor has delivered from Pittsburgh (nearest outpost of civilization), but the taste of this pizza is off the charts yummy! The crust is just right, not too hard or soft with sauce that you can actually taste and always generous toppings and cheese. The delicious bread sticks are not to be missed ... If you're driving through the Western Hinterlands of Maryland on I-68, do yourself a favor and have some Hey Pizza. It's legendary! My family enjoys Hey pizza as takeout and eating it down the street at the scenic Casselman River Bridge State Park. FYI: Cash only (ATM across street) and they're closed Sundays :-(
We attended a family dinner with pizza served from Hey Pizza. The pizza toppings were pepperoni, onions, and sweet peppers. The pizza dough was very good and there were sufficient amounts of toppings. Overall the pizza was very good.
Great pizza, wonderful staff, great location, and a family friendly place. Only thing wrong is the fact they do not accept cards.

(301) 895-3777

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Casselman Inn

113 E Main St
Grantsville, 21536
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I love this place. Quick, simple home cooked meals in a historic setting. The baked goods are fantastic. Anytime I head to Pittsburgh I make time to stop in. Definitely get a pie for the trip home!
Country cooking at its best! The historic Casselman Inn serves up hearty Amish-inspired fare and fresh baked goods with friendly service and very reasonable prices. This landmark restaurant is a favorite with locals and tourists alike. I love The Casselman for its peaceful ambiance and for breakfast; they have the best buckwheat cakes around! (Ask for real maple syrup, it's tapped locally). They serve an awesome hot turkey sandwich on homemade bread. Speaking of the bread, it's always served with the Casselman's own special blend apple butter, super tasty! The Casselman bakery sells delicious breads, cookies, pies and famous cinnamon buns. The pies are also available by the slice in the restaurant, they always have a huge selection, including specialties such as shoo fly pie and Dutch apple. If you really want to stray from your diet, try the "Casselman Special" a deep fried battered hamburger or battered fish fillet sandwich. I gave four stars because sometimes the vegetables served as sides are from a can, but they do have a decent salad (all iceberg) redeemed by their fresh and tangy yellow house dressing.
The food was very good and the service was excellent. Just wish there was more offered on the menu. Love the historical building.

(301) 895-5055

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Penn Alps Restaurant & Craft Shop

125 Casselman Rd
Grantsville, 21536
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I have just read through every review of this place. Almost all the reviews of the food are bad yet people consistently give it two or three stars. People!! Where are you from? If the food sucks (which is does) give it one star. OK, so let's start with the restaurant which sucks big time. The food is lousy. It's plain as white bread and butter, generally tasteless, and lacks any originality. Oh yea, it is cheap. There's no booze here which otherwise could help dull the pain. If it is possible, the buffet is worse than the menu. I would tell you to run away, but there are very few options around here. The Casslemen Inn about 1.5 miles West on Rt. 40 is not much better but it is betterbut they are closed on Sunday. Further afield there is plenty of good eating in Deep Creek Lake (touristy but only about 30 minutes away) or Cumberland (about 45 minutes away). Good luck, Now, onto the attached store which is full of two kinds of items. One part are unique gifts from the Artesian shops. These are worth looking at even if they are a bit pricey. More on that below. The rest is an assortment of junk which can be found at any road side store. The more "authentic" it is the more expensive it is. Be sure to look for the Made in China stickers. The various sweets and breads etc, suffer from the same fate as the restaurant; plainness. I found several of the candies to be too sweet to the point of being cloying. Generally I'd recommend getting out of here and going next door to the Artesian Village. Here in the village are a set of cabins each with an artist of some sort. There's weaving, iron work, wood work, painting, etc. You can find some unique stuff in here and some of it is quite good. It's not cheap. The reconstructed Yoder house is worth a look-see. Apart from the buildings are the 1930's era iron bridge and the 1812 stone bridge over the river. Definitely worth a walk down to see.
A nice stop if you have already been to wonderful Casselman's, Penn Alps is more tourist-friendly and full of gift shop nooks and crannies in addition to a hearty menu. When we last ate there, it was in the midst of a howling winter snowstorm that buffeted the roadway and coated the surrounding area in a blanket of white. So everything at Penn Alps was better than average - warmth, good service, hot coffee. Exactly what a tired traveler needed before heading back into the darkness.
It's always busy here, but don't be fooled. My boyfriend and I made the mistake of assuming a full parking lot equated to good food. However, this is rural Maryland--a full parking lot might just mean it is the only place around. The food is not nearly as good as what you can get at one of the several Sandy's Diners in the area. In fact, the food is not as good as what you can get at most hospital cafeterias (it does look strikingly similar though). If for some reason you do go here, do NOT order the crabcakes. They taste strangely like deep fried tepid coleslaw. A salad of wilted iceberg lettuce came with them. My friends went with the buffet. Most of the food looked kind of mushy and overcooked, but the fried chicken was decent. I also don't recommend the corn dish. It is made of partially rehydrated dried corn. I repeat, do NOT order the crabcakes.

(301) 895-5985

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Arbys

3000 Chestnut Ridge Rd
Grantsville, 21536
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(301) 895-4543

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Burger King

2811 Chestnut Ridge Rd
Grantsville, 21536
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(301) 895-5343

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McDonald’s

4098 National Pike
Grantsville, 21536
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(301) 746-6027

Fast Food, Burgers

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